2021 Xiaomi 100W Mi Wireless Charging Stand Specs And Price
Xiaomi 100W Mi wireless charging stand official for 599 yuan ($92.5 / NGN38,000 Nigerian Naira approx.). The new wireless charging stand comes with Qi charging tech support and retains the dual-coil design found on March’s 80W wireless charging stand.
As of lately, chargers, and other power-related accessories have been an increasing static focus from Smartphone brands. Recently, one of Chinese’s finest mobile makers, Realme unveiled its MagDart ecosystem – 50W/15W charger, wallet, 2-in-1 power bank, and Beauty Light.
However, the new Xiaomi 100W Mi wireless charging stand is in some ways identical to the 80W model, as it allows users to charge their Smartphones in two ways, by placing the device vertically or horizontally on the wireless charging stand.
The Xiaomi 100W Mi wireless charging stand arrives with a dynamic fan that turns on when needed to cool down the charger, this is a unique feature as power running through gadgets tends to keep those devices temperature at a hotter level.
It also offers an additional current calibration protection layer, while retaining the over-current, over-voltage, over-temperature, electrostatic protections, and foreign object detection of the previous model.
You can use the new 100W charger with the Mi MIX 4 even though it charges 50W. The company already said that it takes just 28 minutes to charge the phone’s 4500mAh battery wirelessly. Tho, the 80W at $77 is still better off than a $92 model for the exact same thing.
Also similar to the 80W wireless charging model, the new 100W Mi wireless charging stands even comes with the same Xiaomi 120W charger and 6A USB cable in the box. The only physical difference is the color variations,
Where the Xiaomi 100W Mi wireless charging stand comes in Black with a Gold color accent, and the 80W model is available in White with silver accents. No word on international availability yet, but the gadget is already on sale via mi.com in China.
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